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Gates open at 4pm, with 20 minutes of fireworks set to music from 8pm.
Set To Music is the horse to beat but she will have to be near the top of her game to see off the challenges of three-year-olds Albamara, Ambivalent, Khione and Naseem Alyasmeen.
However, given the winner's subsequent Irish Oaks victory and the regard in which she is held by connections, Set To Music deserves plenty of credit in defeat.
Her Majesty has an important five days coming up with Carlton House and Momentary among her chances at Ascot and like the later, Set To Music is trained by Michael Bell.
Set To Music turned in a much better performance when dropped to Group Three company last time at Haydock, although she really did not enjoy the rub of the green.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Germany is due to mark the creation of 'Shahnameh' book, masterpiece by Iranian poet Abolqasem Ferdowsi by recitation and dramatic performances based on tales from the book set to music and painting workshops at the Berlin Museum of Islamic Art.
The first program includes Stanton Welch's Clear set to music by Bach; Balanchine's Ballo della Regina with music by Verdi; Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free, music by Leonard Bernstein; and a pas de deux, to be announced (Nov.
Bothering the Coffee Drinkers: Musical Fiction and Essays" is a delicious collection of story essays by Nashville- based singer and songwriter Doug Hoekstra that could be set to music as songs, or perhaps vice versa.
The world recently came very close to hearing something that could have done irreparable harm to good--and possibly even bad--people everywhere: the prayers of Pope John Paul II set to music and sung by none other than Michael Jackson.
Key's poem was set to music and became hugely popular--especially with U.
The company's 24 dancers will perform four works from Graham's 181 choreographed pieces: `Sketches From `Chronicle,' ' set to music by Wallingford Riegger; ``Errand in the Maze,'' set to music by Gian-Carlo Menotti; ``Diversion of Angels,'' set to music by Norman Dello Joio; and ``Appalachian Spring,'' set to music by Copland.
And this all the more so because the French artist then had the lyrics set to music.
These include an all-night, sometimes three-way cell phone conversation set to music - some composed by Crowe's wife, Heart guitarist Nancy Wilson - over which the movie's principals fall in love.
Amy's Another Five Seasons - a selection of haiku poems set to music - was chosen by the judges as the best.
The first section on continuity and innovation in French poetry raises the question of the collaborative nature of the arts and other disciplines, including poetry set to music, the connectedness of music and mathematics, the visual aspects of Renaissance poetry, arts rhetoriques, and what might be called the ethics of poetry in the early sixteenth century.